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VIDEO: Wild Beast Encounters while Cycling
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VIDEO: Wild Beast Encounters while Cycling

Sometimes while you're out cycling you might have to swerve for a Pigeon or Squirrel.

But this video is the or worst (or best) of encounters with all types of beats including Cows, Dogs, Turkeys, Deers and Kangaroos.

Watch out, as this video can make you jump when you least expect it!

 
VIDEO: Rider Plummets off Mountain Road into Ravine
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VIDEO: Joaquim Rodriguez Crashes Over Barrier

Spanish Ex-Pro fine after going over a barrier and falling down into woods.

The Spanish ex-Pro was out for a ride with friends and took a corner too fast. Rodriguez captured the crash on video and posted it online on Monday afternoon. Rodriguez enters the bend too fast, tries to scrub speed but isn't able to make it round the bend.

He hits the barrier and drops off down into some woods.

 
VIDEO: Driver uses Car to Ram Ottawan Cyclist
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VIDEO: Driver uses Car to Ram Ottawan Cyclist

A cyclist in Ottawa ended up having to use his bike to fend off a very angry motorist at a busy junction last week.

The cyclist who seems to have been crossing the junction on foot, is in the path of a car. The lights go green but instead of the car driver giving the cyclist the chance to finish crossing, he slams into the cyclist and pushes him down the road.

A local radio presenter witnessed the astounding offence and moved in front of the cyclist to try to defuse the situation.

 

 
VIDEO: Lance Armstrong Can Still Kick Ass on a Bike
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VIDEO: Lance Armstrong Can Still Kick Ass on a Bike

Armstrong recently rode with Cannondale-Drapac Pro cyclist Lawson Craddock on a training ride.

Former Tour de France winner showed that he's still got it. Craddock and Armstrong rode 115 miles in just under 6 hours over the rolling hills west of Austin, Texas at the weekend. Their average speed was just shy of 20 miles per hour and they climbed 5,182 feet. 

With stats like that Armstrong is clearly still one of the best bike riders in the world.